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headline making case. the disappearance of george smith who vanished from a cruise in the mediterranean on his honeymoon. no one has ever been arrested, and the investigation has at times seemed to grind to a halt. but now we've obtained exclusive access to documents, photos and depositions that may offer tantalizing clues to what happened on that ship. here is dennis murphy. >> i happened to look at the color of the life boats, it looked like red blood. >> missing honeymooner, george smith. >> i heard a thud. >> in a calf nated driven news cycle, events months ago can seem like ancient history. here is a jog from years back. a missing groom, a beautiful blonde bride, good-looking guy in mysterious fashion, he went overboard in their honeymoon cruise. remember then, george smith and jennifer hagel. his mother does and always will. >> he made our family complete. and now our family is split, and every day i miss him. >> the question what happened to george smith? a fatal accident or foul play? it may be an old headline, but it's an active, on-going investigation in the files of the fbi.
this photo in florence, and it was in florence that george and jennifer first met fellow passenger josh askin, a 20-year-old from laguna hills, california, cruising with his family. keith greer is josh askin's attorney. >> they hailed a cab together and headed off into florence. that's when they first talked and got to know each other. >> reporter: on day five of the cruise, the newlyweds planned a short excursion by themselves on the greek island. >> george loves greece and he just couldn't wait to get off the boat that day. so the two of us had, you know, walked around for a little bit, and it was just such a breathtaking place that we were saying, god, i can't wait to come back here. >> reporter: the cream on the top of a very cool day for george was a celebrity sighting of tara reid as she taped a tv show. >> so excited. apparently he was like a little boy getting to meet a movie star. >> reporter: who could have guessed that the last happy snaps of george smith were being taken that very day. final photos for a family album and a final shout-out e-mail. >> just said, i'm having the time
's case all along. whether george huguely caused her death or whether she died as the defense suggested from suffocating. apparently the jurors did not believe that. they thought that george huguely caused her death in some way and that's what the prosecutor, what was medical examiner, what many of the prosecution expert witnesses said. the pathologist, that she died from blunt force trauma to the head. that's what the jurors believed. but it is kind of interesting in that one point, the defense attorney actually told the jurors in his closing arguments that george huguely contributed to yeardley love's death, but didn't cause her death. so it was a tough place. but again, that was their issue. this question of intent and causation. and we can't read it, hopefully some point when they are done with this sentencing phase, we'll get to hear from some of the jurors, we'll get to hear from the prosecutor and families. this has been a matter of intense media interest and you can see all the cameras that are lined up here. there are also, i'm not sure, jeff, if we can move. can we move or not
>> welcome to our special program. i'm brit hume. george h.w. bush grew up with a sense of loyalty and duty, part of his legacy as the example he set in life and the movement in which volunteers become, quote, points of light, by helping people in ways in which government doesn't. but with a fear between the super powers, managing the peaceful end of the cold war may be his most notable achievement. now president george h.w. bush, the man and his mission. >> i don't think you will ever find a more thoughtful or considerate person than george bush. >> president bush -- he's probably the most complete person i have ever met. >> if you look at his history... he was a member of congress. >> he is smart. he's humble. >> he was chairman of his party. he was ambassador to the u.n. >> he is funny. he is spontaneous. >> he was second representative to china before we had an embassy. then he came back and he was director of central intelligence. >> i remember when we first started to campaign for president in 1979, george had this speech that he would give about the obligations and the promi
. welcome to our special program. i am brit hume. george h. w. bush grew up with a sense of loyalty. part of the lega legacy he set p in life. he helped people in ways government doesn't. but for a world long on edge of fear of war between super powers managing the peaceful end of the cold war may be the most notable achievement. now president george h. w. bush the man and his mission. >> i don't think you will ever find a more thoughtful or consider rat person than george bush. >> president bush, he's probably the most complete person i have ever met. >> if you look at his history, he was a member of congress, he is smart, he's humble. >> he was chairman of his party. he was ambassador to the u.n. >> he is funny, he is spontaneous. >> he was second to china before we had an embassy and he was director of central intelligence. >> i remember when we first started the campaign for president in 1979 george had this speech that he would give about the obligation and the promises and the rewards of public service. he would go out and say my father inculcated into me a sense of public service.
queller george huguely. the jury recommended a total of 26 years behind bars for the murder of yeardley love, 25 for his conviction on second-degree murder, one year for grand larceny. it the sentencing came just an hour after the jury came in with the charges. gail pennybacker has the latest from charlottesville. >> the jurors in this case, five men, seven women, emotionally drained walking out, saying not a word as the branded the recommendation for the judge. this afternoon, we heard from the prosecutor in this case as he made an appeal to the jurors to give the maximum sentence and second-degree murder, 40 years. they came up with about half of that. the prosecutor said it this evening a few minutes ago, there is no victory here, this is not a triumph. >> there are no winners in this case. there is nothing but loss everywhere. our hearts go out to the love family. they have suffered enormously. about a love family this evening said -- they also said they hope that people respect their privacy as they go through this difficult time. they did smile when they heard the verdict this aft
my george decided to run, you know, what you know, and i knew this personally, because, of course, we'd been the child of children of a president, was that in these jobs, the people who are serving get characterized in a way that they are not, and we know that. and, you know, it's just something you have to accept, i think. i don't think there's really anything you can do about it. you do everything you can. you have a very strong press office that does everything they can to try to get the word out about what people are really like, and they are just always the opposition and sometimes the opposition is the press. you know, tries to paint another picture. and because i knew that, it really didn't bother me that much. >> you know, an interesting thing, i think, is i saw nancy reagan do something for arthritis one day and the whole press clip, sorry, you up there, whole press corps was there and we never saw a word about it, but the people who were there from oshkosh, wisconsin, and other towns, their press wrote about the people, what they had done and what nancy had done, so the trut
our district attorney, george gascon. [applause] >> i was telling the d.a. when i was walking in, i remember going through a few of these things. it's one of those awkward feelings. you want to enjoy the moment and you want to celebrate and reflect on all the hard work and thank everybody for their contribution and the effort to the cause. at the same time you hope it goes on perfectly and look at it as a fond memory and make sure folks like me don't speak too long. let me try to do my best to try to condense a few things. what an amazing journey. i'll be brief in this quick, quick description. imagine being george back in the 1950's living in cuban. that's where george came from. he was there watching his father lose his job because he had the audacity to speak up and express his political points of view. he watched his uncle spend more than 10 years in prison for doing the same. at just 13, talk about a vulnerable age, 13 years old, he makes his way to the second largest city in the united states of america speaking only spanish, uprooted from his home country, and he comes out to
? >> not really. look at all the things they said about george. >> which one? >> yeah. >> no. >> one of the things we knew and we knew that from when george, my george sdpidecided to run, w you know and i knew this personally because of course we had been the children of a president, was that in these jobs the people who are serving get characterized in way that they are not. and we know that. and you know, it's just something you have to accept i think, you do everything you can. you have a very strong presses of that does everything they can to try to get the word out about what people are really like and they are just always the opposition that, and sometimes the opposition is the press. that you know tries to paint another picture and because i knew that it really did not bother me that much. >> you know, an interesting thing i think is, i saw nancy reagan do something for arthritis one day and the whole press corp, sorry, that is you up, there the whole press corp was there, we never saw a word about it. but the people that were there from wisconsin and other towns, they wrote about what nanc
george h.w.bush, the man and his mission. >> i don't think you'll ever find a more thoughtful or considerate person than george president. >> president bush is probably most complete person i've ever met. he left in history... and he is smart. he is humble. >> he is active in the un. >> he's funny. he's spontaneous. >> he was director of central intelligence. >> i remember we first started a campaign for president in 1979. he had this speech he would give about the obligation and promises and rewards. he would say my father a sense of public service. >> i would say people don't understand what that means. average voter isn't going to get it vice president for eight years, then president as the united states, george bush's mission was to make sure everyone got it we have work to do. there are homeless, lost, roaming. we need community service to help everyone as a gift to give. everyone of us has a special talent this, is the genius of america. ordinary americans doing extraordinary things. >> george bush has always lived live to the fullest with a restless energy came to conta
travel and how big the state is. i know that in george gascon, we will have a future for san francisco that is really in large part in part of what we all are as the legacy that starts with the san francisco's d.a. office at least going back to pat brown which is having a d.a.'s office which is a model of what our state can do in terms of law enforcement and the smart on crime approach. so, george, i want to congratulate you and wish you good luck. you probably have that phone like i had, there is a phone that you have as elected d.a., greg in the audience knows this as police chief, if it rings between 10:00 at night and 6:00 in the morning, it is never a good call. it is the work that also is incredibly gratifying in terms of knowing that whenever you stand before a jury or anyone else, you represent the people of the state of california and more importantly and equally important, the people of the city and county of san franciscoment thank you for that and thank you for the work on trunesi and back on track and wish you much success. i'm going to introduce a young man who represents
and was too ill to attend. >>> a jury now has the task of deciding whether former uva lacrosse player george huguely killed his girlfriend. they got the case after passionate closing arguments from the prosecution and defense today. news 4's july carey reports from charlottesville. >> george huguely leaves court tonight, his fate now in the hands of a charlottesville jury. it is closing argument prosecutor dave chapman urged jurors to return one of two verdicts, felony murder or second degree murder. yardly love died of blunt force injury to the brain after george lugly brock down her bedroom door, shook and beat her then tossed here on her bed. the couple fought days before with huguely sending an e-mail about a romantic rival that read, i should have killed you. asked chapman of the jurors, can you imagine the sight, sound and fury of what was upon her. throughout the trial, huguely's lawyers maintained he never meant to harm love that night and only went to her room to patch things up. challenging that, chatman grabbed the door that huguely kicked a hole through and said to jurors what ki
behind here was george huguely's family and their defense team. they're all now sitting inside that courtroom, waiting to find out what is going to happen later tonight. the jury has been hard at work, deliberating for 8 1/2 hours, but still no verdict. >> reporter: george huguely walked into court for deliberation day. his fate hanging in the balance, wearing an oversized suit and pants, a drastic change in appearance for the once husky lacrosse player who has been locked up since may of 2010, accused of fatally beating his ex-girlfriend, yeardley love, from cockeysville. the last two weeks of dramatic testimony, tringered -- triggered a range of emotions. sadness from yeardley love's mother, who broke down many times. tension from other lacrosse players at uva who testified against their former teammate. and strong empathy from their prosecutor, dave chapman, who actually cried during closing arguments saturday. he wants jurors to convict huguely of first-degree or second-degree murder. >> legal expert scott goodman on reading the jury. >> it is very difficult to read the fac
contained an unmistakable political statement. i, george walking of mt. vernon, a citizen of the united states, and lately president of the sane, not a citizen of virginia, not a southerner or a tide water aristocrat, but an american. this is how washington reasserted the nationalist creed to which he had devoted 40 years of his life. like other thoughtful men, he struggled to reconcile his ownership of human beings with his country's professed love of liberty. he had indeed hoped that virginia's lawmakers would take the decision out of his hands by providing for gradual emancipation. the chances of such action all was faint, grew still more remote, as richmond lawmakers talked openly of defying federal authorities. and so it was left to washington to free his slaves on martha's death after making certain that the aged or sick would be fed and clothed by his heirs. he took an even more radical step. in challenging his state's legal ban on educating negros. directing that all under the age of 25 should be taught to read and write, and, quote, brought up to some useful occupation. and i d
here on c-span 3. tonight, the life of george washington. historian richard norton smith gives a three-part series of lectures on our first president. it begins in just a moment. >>> at the 1968 olympic games, john carlos and tommy smith raised their fists in the black power salute. >> they said black power, they intimidated so many people, white people in particular by using that phrase, black power. because when they use that word or that phrase black power, it made many people think that black power meant destruction. blowing up the statue of liberty or ground zero. destroying america. it wasn't anything about destroying america. it was about rebuilding america. and having america to have a new paradigm in terms of how we can be what each and every one of us did the pledge when we were going to elementary school and the land of the free, the home of the brave. we all wanted to be great americans, but we found that something was wrong. something was broke and we wanted to take our time to evalue yet and take our initiative to fix it. >> discover more about african african history onl
at the george w. bush library in march of 2012 and conclude with the program at the lbj library in november of 2012. programs like this can't be done without support. and therefore i am very grateful to our program sponsors, texas a&m university. whoop! american university of public affairs and american university libraries, the george bush foundation, always generous to the library. thank you to the foundation and i would like to thank the white house historical association and he stephanie sale and jim si singleton. introducing our panel, our program and panelists tonight is andy card, acting dean of the bush school of government and public service, can we give him a whoop? >> whoop! >> mr. card was appointed in july of 2011. he is formally dean card served as chief of staff to george w. bush from 2000 to 2006, he was assistant to the president, deputy chief of the staff and the 11th secretary of transportation. thank you, sir. >> thank you. [ applause ] i'll give you a boston accented howdy. it's great to see you, and it is a spectacular program tonight and we appreciate warren finch wel
from the judge and the evidence they are asking to see, they are taking a very close look at george huguely's intent on the night of may 2, 2010. the jury hadn't been behind closed doors long before asking for the dramatic videotaped police inter gauges of george hoounlly. into the jury room went the dvd and the big screen monitor at the center of the courtroom throughout the trial. then late this afternoon, the jury asked for a handwritten letter from huguely to love, evidence found on the bedside table. in it, huguely apologizes for an earlier choking incident and for his out of control drinking. court observers say it is clear the jury is taking a close look at the accused killer's state of mind. jurors must decide if huguely intended to harm love when he kicked in her bedroom door, assaulted her and left her bleeding or whether her death was an accident. >> state of mind is extremely important. so the words that someone writes, the words the defendant writes is very important in the jury's overall consideration. >> reporter: jurors several choices before them in deciding what ro
stories, the case goes to the jury in the george huguely murder trial. we are tracking a storm that could bring snow to the area. good evening, everyone. both sides in the murder trial of george huguely have made their cases. >> after a quick defense witness and closing arguments which took most of the afternoon, a jury must now decide whether george huguely killed yeardley love on purpose, unintentionally, or not at all. before his fate was put into the hands of the jury, the defense called a surgeon who said in his opinion, yeardley love's brain did not have injuries consistent with blood force trauma. the defense rested. the commonwealth did not offer any rebuttal. the commonwealth's attorney began retelling the story that love was found dead. she made the decision to stay in her room while george huguely made the decision to go see her while he was drunk. they reminded the jury about the saidl that george huguely's that he should have killed her. the only possible explanation for her death was blunt force trauma. he said, the evidence clearly shows that glove was murdered d
of george huguely. one of his attorneys became ill, cutting the trial one day short. we have more on that. >> at 9:00 a.m. tomorrow morning, a jury will reconvene here at circuit court to decide the fate of george huguely. the jury had a three daybreak to think about this case in the question is what have -- what have an effect on the outcome? we ask the experts. this is the emotional murdered george huguely trial of -- the emotional murder trial of george huguely. after a long day saturday, the jury decided instead of delivering into the night it would start first three days later on wednesday. >> the had a couple of days, three days to stew over and solidify a little bit. if they come in tomorrow morning and agree, it could result in a fairly quick verdict. >> lloyd snook says the 3 day layoff should not help or hinder either side. it makes it so the jury comes back with a fresh attitude ready to deliberate. >> it is likely they will come in and they will have a bunch of somewhat solidified ideas bumping into each other. it will take an hour or so until they can get past the impressions
>>>. >>> closing arguments in the george huguely murder trial, jurors will soon decide if he murdered a girl at virginia university. ♪ hey it's gong around ♪ >>> and a home going service for whitney houston in the very church where she learned to sing, she was honoreded for her sparkle, her sense of humor, but above all her voice. her family clashed with her ex-husband bobby browned. he began saying he didn't want to be a distraction. >> singing talents first grabbed the public's attention and the fans have been giving an outpouring -- >> what a voice, not a voice, the voice. >> for whitney houston's family and friends. today was not a funeral, but a home going. >> you are the only one that could bring all of us together. whitney, today is your day. >> can you send an angel. >> stars including alicia keys and stevie wonder honored whitney with heart felt gospel. >> today we as a family celebrate the life of our sister, our daughter, our mother and our friend. >> speakers during the course of the 3 1/2 hour service talked of houston's fate. >> and this is more important th
before the battles of glendale and malverne hill, george mcclellan's conception of how victory could be won was badly shaken. in this larger context our noted historian once again provides his insights into the character of this general who was actually just too closely wedded to his preconceived notions of how war should be fought. in a chapter with a marvelous title the historian writes, the failure of mcclellan's peninsula campaign was not alone a military failure. it represented also the downfall of the limited war for limited ends that mcclellan favored. from now on the north would fight not to preserve the old union but to destroy it and build a new one on its ashes. a concept so dear to men like mcclellan when eventually reconciliation some sort of gentleman's agreement was being washed away by increasing tides of blood, tens of thousands of casualties and millions of broken hearts. and, of course, it was some of mcclellan's old comrades from the old army who had presented mack and abraham lincoln with so many problems during those battles and oft repeated anecdote had lincoln
in the case against george huguely and the death of his girlfriend. >> the jury has come back sooner than anyone expected. they have found him guilty of second-degree murder and grand larceny. lowell melser is live at the court room and had been covering this case from the beginning. we will hear from him in a few minutes. that is an unexpected, sudden verdict. >> we should mention that second degree murder conviction and grand larceny conviction carries a possible sentence of 5-40 years. he could and found guilty of first-degree murder, felony murder with the robbery. that could result in 20 to life. voluntary manslaughter was another possibility. no jail time. upwards to 10 years. or involuntary manslaughter with the possibility of no jail time or 10 years. >> many people may not be super surprise of this verdict. there was a lot of evidence against in this case -- in george huguely in this case. a lot people might -- thought it might be second degree murder. his attorneys were trying to go for involuntary manslaughter. >> let's reiterate what happened. we are talking about the night of
francisco. yeah, gavin mentioned george gascon's record, working up to assistant chief in the los angeles police department, taking a leave, getting a law degree and coming back. i guess he was in the department from 1978 to 1987, is that right? a long time. obviously well thought of. the city attorney of los angeles is here today to salute him. a very distinguished justice is here today in justice mow renault to give -- moreno to give him the oath of office. one of the things i learned over a lot of years, ladies and gentlemen, is nobody does anything by themselves. it's all a team effort. so the assistant d.a.'s that work with this new d.a., the judges that the cases are presented before, all of this is extraordinarily important. and i was very proud to support george gascon in this race for district attorney. and i did so because of his record, because of his consistency, because of his directness, because of his ability. i'm very proud that gavin newsom as mayor appointed him police chief and then district attorney and many times people who are appointed can't win in an election, but
for george huguely. >> after a 10-day trial george huguely was convicted of second- degree murder of his ex- girlfriend, yeardly love. the jury has suggested 26 years in prison 25 for second-degree murder and one year for grand larceny. >> the verdict has divided the community. we are in charlottesville with reaction. >> it has been an emotional two weeks in court, an emotional two years in this community and on this campus. now, after yesterday's decision, george huguely is poised to spend more than two decades behind bars. for the next two months, george huguely will sit in jail as he waits to find out if the judge will follow the jury's recommended sentence of 26 years behind bars. he was convicted of second- degree murder and grand larceny in the death of his ex- girlfriend, yeardly love. after a day filled at times with overwhelming emotion the love family issued a statement saying in part, "we know heaven has an angel. our hearts burst when we think of her accomplishments but milt when we remember her." >> there is nothing but lost everywhere. our hearts go out to the love family. the
. in the video, george huguely talks about their relationship and what happened the night she died. gail pennybacker is following developments. >> in the was electric charge but silence as everyone got to hear from george huguely himself. >> they were braced to hear from george huguely himself about what happened. and a police interview -- he talks in present tense yeardley love is my former girlfriend. he admits to drinking all day and wanting to talk to her. he said, i wanted her to chill out and i showed her a little bit. he told police, i never hit her or hid her face or anything. i may have grabbed her a little bit, but i never strangled her. he said she banged her head repeatedly against the wall. the russell on the floor and her nose started to bleed. when asked why he did not help her, he said he did not think she needed it. the detective asked, do you think she got what she deserved? healy said no, it was not like that. -- george huguely said, no it was not like that. he later asked what she did die from. when police said either head trauma or asphyxiation, he said there was no
for washington even then to have betrayed his friend, george william fairfax. and because no contemporary evidence or even gossip supports the idea of a sexual liaison. in the closely knit society of fairfax county, such a scandal would have been hard to can seal. if you doubt that, just think about this. more than 250 years after the fact, we know all about young tom jefferson's improper advances to a friend's wife. now, the sally fairfax episode is revealing mostly of our own need to make washington one of us. conduct that would have gone unnoticed in a thousand other colonial youths is sifted for signs of moral weakness or he's face it, any kind of emotions at all. in young washington. in love is in war, neither youth or experience is a character flaw. far more revealing to me, at least, is the sad, shrewd observation washington made near the end of his life. to one of martha washington's granddaughters on the brink of marriage, he spoke of love as quote, a mighty pretty thing, but like other delicious things it is cloiing. be assured that therein than thl our enjoyments fall short of
. ron paul in washington state today. >>> place your bets! prince george's county executive baker is throwing his support now behind a luxurious las vegas style casino. plans call for a $1billion gambling house to be built at national harbor. baker appeared on our 6 a.m. newscast to talk about it this morning. >> bringing a billion dollar casino to prince george's county, high end retail, having shows, las vegas style shows, will make national harbor an entertainment district, which is what it is now, and will attract and bring tourists to prince george's county. that way generating revenues for the county. >> the casino proposal would have to overcome many hurdles to get done. it's unclear whether or not the residents of prince george's and prince george's county would support it and the assembly. >>> so who would think that one of country's highest profile murder trials could turn on a price of a laptop? the murder trial the lawyers are now arguing over the value of the computer george huguely store from yardley love. bruce leshan has a look at that and some surveillance video.
? not at all. they thought it was their divine right! [laughter] [applause] >> but not george. he really was very, very thoughtful. he called me and we chatted and i, of course, was really encouraging him because you don't know when you're going to need a d.a. [laughter] >> and in my lifetime, i have always stayed close to every district attorney, every attorney general all over the country. i don't take any chances whatsoever. i remember exactly what jack kennedy said when on "meet the press" and he had named his brother bobby to be his attorney general, u.s. attorney general. and they were upset with mr. kennedy, then the president, and they said, mr. president, nepities many this and nepities many is that. why did you name your brother the attorney general? . he said very simply, because my mother was not a lawyer. [laughter] >> he appointed the best qualified, most loyal, most direct person and gavin newsom did exactly that. and it's interesting, of course, you see gavin held off a whole week so that he could let kamala go so he would be able to fill her job. if he had taken the oath
. >>> preparation in prince george's county. two children are in the hospital after a fire ripped through their home. firefighters tell us the flames started in a townhouse along hillmar drive in district heights around 2:00 a.m. the flames started in the kitchen. a 3-year-old and 9-year-old were taken to the hospital. we're told the 3-year-old is in critical condition. we have a crew on the way to the scene. we'll bring you the latest as soon as it becomes available. >>> now to a developing and shocking story out of long beach, california. law enforcement officers shooting each other. one federal agent is dead and another injured in the shootings at an immigration and customs enforcement or i.c.e. office. a long beach official says it appears that an agent who worked in the office opened fire on his superior after getting into an argument. federal investigators say that a third agent then opened fire on the shooter, killing him. authority believe the shooter was acting alone and this was an isolated incident. >>> today congress is expected to vote on the payroll tax cut extension. the bill keeps th
at the scene. >> love was found beaten to death on the uva campus and the suspect. >> george is withdrawing from the university of virginia and remains in the custody of the authorities. >> today george huguely wept in court. >>> this is 9news now. >> nearly two years after the murder that shocked uva and the whole nation, a guilty verdict for george huguely the fifth. jurors convicted him of second degree murder in the death of his former girlfriend yeardley love. >> just a few minutes ago, they recommended a sentence 25 years on the second degree murder charge and one year for grand larceny. we have team coverage on the story. let's start with bruce leshan who is still at his post outside the courthouse in charlottesville tonight. bruce. >> reporter: yes, anita, a night filled with sadness. sadness all around as the prosecutors said. the night nearly two years ago when yeardley love was killed, the jury now holding george huguely responsible for that. and tonight where this young man was sentenced, a sentence that may keep him in prison until 50 years old. his family, his young cousin com
>>george: this is the non commute direction. it could have an impact on 101 and is now starting to impact the northbound right. it could even affect the 280 interchange. the ripple effect is likely to be felt. the chp says they could take two hours for their investigation. that means they may not clear the scene until 8:30 a.m.. that is potential for a major tieups. craig skalar is on the scene and we will be getting more live pictures in the details from him as he monitors the cleanup operations. >> clear skies of this morning. in the north bay, it is chilly. we have a pretty wide range of temperatures. this afternoon, mostly sunny with temperatures in the mid '60s. when we come back we will take a look at a long range forecast. >>mark: the president is expected to arrive at sfo. he is flying up from los angeles. he is here to raise money for his presidential reelection campaign. >>darya: unemployment numbers are down. first-time claims have dropped to the lowest level in four years. applications dropped 13,000. >>mark: another developing story, the search for more human remain
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, honor, love, and truth. >> also the unpredictable ali wentworth on her life with george stephanopoulos. this is "piers morgan tonight." >>> good evening. tonight a candidate on the rise. people being slaughtered by their own government and a hollywood star breaking with the pack politically. but first rick santorum winning contests proving every pundit wrong. listen to a confident rick santorum just a few moments ago in texas. >> i feel blessed, truly blessed, to be here at a time when our country needs us. lots of generations don't get the opportunity we have right here to be a generation that reclaims the greatness of our country. >> rick santorum, mitt romney, newt gingrich and ron paul are fighting for the soul of the republican party. who has that special formula for keeping america great? joining me is man who says he never endorses anybody. the best oddsmaker outside of las vegas. welcome. this has been one hell of a roller coaster ride, this republican race. are you really as a party any nearer to knowing who will be the nominee? >> no. santorum's confidence reminds me of romne
house. [ applause ] >> howdy. i'm warren finch, director of the george bush presidential library and museum. it's been a wonderful day. i would like to welcome you to tonight's program featuring two of america's greatest first ladies as we conclude today's conference, america's first ladies, an enduring legacy. first ladies barbara bush and laura bush, we are so grateful that you are participating in our program tonight. and president bush, we're thankful that you're here also. [ applause ] in addition to our audience here in the auditorium, we're being joined by an audience over the internet. this program is being live streamed. so howdy to you all. i would like to thank our conference chair anita mcbride. we couldn't have done this without you. this all began when the presidential library directors attended a conference this past spring at american university which was chaired by anita. after experiencing that wonderful conference, my fellow directors here in texas decided that we should do it here in texas at the texas presidential libraries. and so we began here today, and we
>>george: the volume is up in a moving smoothly as he had southbound from iran. we have a new potential hot spot in the south bay. it is here in cupertino where to 80 meets highway 85. this sensors still show all agreed northbound but there is a report of a three-four car crash would be blocking all of the northbound lanes of interstate 280. we will keep a close eye on this and update you as soon as we have more information on this potential hot spot. right now, a check on whether. >>james: we are dealing with mild temperatures, upper '40's and '50's. the fog is not a big of a problem as it was yesterday. the peninsula coastline is still seeing some fog. here is a shot from the roof camera looking back over the skies of san francisco. a few high clouds but otherwise the sun is up but we will see some warming over the next hour or two. it will get warm enough that we will break records. here is a quick list of places around the bay that could break records. 75 expected for map but today. it looks like we could be the record high and concord. even warmer conditions tomorrow. we
about our current president, or what a democratic radio talk show host like you may say about george w. bush on the airwaves? >> i never said anything like that about george w. bush. i defy anybody to find it. i disagree with a lot of george bush's policies, starting with the war in iraq. >> so what is different? >> let me tell you. i know that george w. bush loves this country and i know he was trying to do what he thought was best for this country. i just think he went in the wrong direction. i don't touch on something very important. and that is politics -- and i talk about this last night. politics and pros, local bookstore here with a big crowd. in the early days of this country, if there had been talk shows in those days, yeah, george washington would have been reviled. politics was not pretty in the days of the founding fathers. probably the ugliest presidential election we ever had was 1800 between thomas jefferson and john adams. now they didn't do it so much as their supporters did. but after lincoln's assassination, particularly i think, things got to the point where okay, w
now and then george and i okay, i can't believe we did that. you see the worst too. i mean, we had dinner with cheska and his wife and we could not believe we did all these things. best artists and best people, i don't care who you are, whether you are good or bad, head of state, you had to be the best of something, how you got there i do not know. certainly george and i had advantages that very few others, except for first ladies and presidents have. and you ought to take advantage of it and have a good time and do a good thing every day. >> in the house itself it's unbelievable to life in, with the beautiful hard and flowers, the white house owns seven cessans and since they determined at one point to have all the paintings to state floo all up stairs, those are the ones you live with. including the monets that were given. you are living with museum quality art and furniture. >> you have scleen sheets every night. >> yeah. >> change the sheets every day. that is really a luxury. >> i once said to the head usher, you know you can change ours every other night, and he said please d
clellan received a note from colonel george stoneman whose cavalry found him at new kent courthouse on the 10th of may. solomon says, the map is wrong with regard that this road and every road! mcclellan then sent a telegram up to edwin stanton at the war department saying that he has absolutely no information in detail of the country to our front and we are trying to simply grope our way. please send ten topographical engineers to my headquarters right away. and my nominee as man of the year has been criticized for not moving faster up the peninsula. i want you to take just a second. take a look at this. he wasn't getting much help from the local population. union officers were already writing home about the confederate soldiers are not too much of a problem. the confederate women are hard. they're difficult to deal with. they threw stones at us as we marched through williamsburg. think about this. no adequate roads. poor maps. awful weather. how could he have moved much faster? and yet despite all these challenges, by the end of may, they're just outside richmond. you've all heard the anecdot
-71 will be it temperatures spread with cigarettes it in napa topic list. >>george: we are now looking at a couple of hot spots in the north bay. it's a lot of killdee, it eased about 780. not far away there is a minor accident of the shoulder on highway 4 heading into concord at the will of passed. your ride on the bay bridge this morning, the metering lights have been active for about 20 bandits. the backup is growing as it reaches just beyond the 80 approach. 40-60 minutes for the rest of bay bridge. >>darya: gas prices continued to climb ended there is no end in sight. will tran is live with a look at what gas station. >>will: the advice is to what belt. did not wait. look at the price. $4.23. this is 205 higher in oakland that it was at the same time last week. we all know that gas is causing more -- costing more. there is a threat in the middle east over the nuclear issue. because of that, rod is lashing back by treading to reduced oil shipments all over the world. there are already doing that. believe it or not gas prices are going up because the u.s. economy is getting better. more people are
foamposite galaxy will not be on the store shelves in a prince george's county mall. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> good morning, washington. looking at the washington monument on this friday morning. its february 24. a beautiful day. should be another great day temperatures already in the '60s and will get warmer. thanks for waking up with us. i am scott thuman. >> i am pamela brown. -- i amd stevsteve chenevey. >> i am pamela brown. now we start with lisa baden celebrating the spring weather. >> we will embrace life and dance as if no one were watching. southbound 5 at the beltway police getting where the somebody of hit a utility pole. i will call them back to see if they are on the scene. so stick around. a live picture of 270, stated. looks good in virginia on 66 and 95. now to adam caskey. >> in the belfort furniture weather center on this morning we have action on the radar screen and it's going to be an active day with wind thunderstorms, springlike temperatures and a little muggy air outside. there's light rain northwest of the
of a former university of virginia student accused of murder. prosecutors are making their case using george huguely's own words against him. brianne carter is following the story. >> george huguely walked into the record for day five of the trial. we heard from him and the prosecution played his videotaped statement given to police hours after his former girlfriend's to death. during the interview, he told police pehe just that he would just wanted to talk to her. yeardley love was against a bedroom wall and i told her to chill out and i should occur a little bit. he said she was hitting her own head against a wall. i never hit her or her face or anything he told police he may have grabbed her by the neck but he never strangled her. we were wrestling and a poster on the bed and left. george huguely looked around the courtroom as the detective took the stand. the detective says after the body was discovered, he went to george huguely's apartment where he noticed he had abrasions on his knuckles and cuts on his legs. >> it looks like he could not control her. that is my thought. >> today star
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